U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Omaha, Nebraska, on Oct. 27, 2020.
As the U.S. election nears, Donald Trump has embarked on a series of rallies across the country to try and regain ground on his Democratic Party rival, Joe Biden, who is leading in the polls.
But record numbers of people have cast their votes already.
The BBC's David Willis has more.
There's every indication that Donald Trump is not expecting a result on election night.
He has more or less indicated as such, saying it could open the election up to fraud, the more mail in ballots there are.
But this of course being a time of the coronavirus, a lot of people are choosing here to get their votes in early by standing, socially distanced, in long lines at polling stations or popping their vote in the mail.
We've had extraordinary numbers -- nearly 17 million people voting early in this election with just under a week to go.
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